Steam Train groing through Scranton
I like the classic diesels myself:
They are nice.
I also forgot the classic ALCO/MLW RS 3:
How did steam trains fare on the prairies in thirty below temperatures?
Ya can’t post enough steam trains to keep me happy.
but,but,but—what about all the Co2 and smoke—-
Well, if we take the left logic it is all about how we feel – and I feel we need more trains and coal and oil so that I do not feel a micro-aggression — so trains; keep on coming. (and go visit the big ones at Greenfield Village )
Here is an appropriate song to accompany these pictures — and it was number 1 on the charts on the day I was born.
That was a really nice distraction from all this gloom and doom.
Damn; I love steam locos!
And +1 on Sentimental Journey. 🙂
One of my favourites:
That was good.
I love trains and enjoyed the 1953 Brit film Titfield Thunderbolt, a clip of which follows.
When I was a little kid we’d go and play down by the tracks at Rogers Creek and watch the 4:30 train coming into Port Alberni. Neat fun flattening pennies and what ever else we could find to flatten.